MATERIALITY at the Mead - Julie Ream New discoveries and directions in art are presented in this series of gallery talks focusing on the physical materials artists use. Friday, October 21, 1–3 p.m. (workshop) and 4–5 p.m. (lecture) Thinking of a career in art conservation? Or just curious about the process and materials involved in conserving art? Julia A. Ream, independent conservator of Asian works on paper, will lead a conservation workshop for students and deliver a lecture on her career trajectory and recent work on manuscripts and paintings from the Middle East and South Asia. Lecture open to the public, Pruyne Lecture Hall, Fayerweather Hall Workshop held in William Green Study Room, Mead Art Museum. Limited to 10 students; registration required. To register, email Louise Beckett firstname.lastname@example.org).